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is structured and differently in different cities. in new york, manhattan is very well served by buses and subway trains and further out in to the but rougs and then further options and whereas in atlanta, the subways and the trains and buses constructed in a way and difficult to get from the poorer area of town to the more pros pous area of town and harder to get to work in other parts of town. do you think that these are like created in this way to keep people sort of defacto segregated? >> certainly, we have a long history of not investing in public transit and looking at the highway act back in the 1980s, most of our federal dollars were going to building, highs, repairing highways and something important for our economy. we don't want to suggest that's not important but at the same time when you look at both not just the benefit to the economy but the way in which communities and communities of color dependent on public transit, if we fail to create roots from communities of color to where jobs are located then obviously we are going to see higher unemployment rates in communities
. >>> as an unmarried small business owner in new york city who does not own a home, i'm taxed at one of the highest rates in the country. forfeiting upwards of 50% of my income to local, state, and federal government every year. i'm sure this e lice sits few tears of sympathy, that's okay, but for many young millennials who have dreams of moving to the big city, starting their own business and one day owning their own home, this should be something of a wake-up call. david burstein's new book is a must read for anyone between the ages of 18 and 30 looking to survive in an economy that is in many ways unable to keep up with you and for anyone interested in shaping policy with 80 million people in mind. millennials are the largest generation in the united states history and by 2020 they will account for 1 out of every 3 adults. we interviewedb burstein last week. what he said about millennials was fascinating. this is a generation that came of age in the midst of permanent war, a housing boom and bust, a recession and staggering unemployment, skyrocketing costs of education and most recently a govern
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